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Product Code: FAXSXBXX-1000P

FALCO 0.1-1000ppm Pumped

FALCO is the latest generation of fixed photoionisation detectors (PIDs) from ION Science that continuously detect a wide range of volatile organic compounds (VOCs). Unique to FALCO is its revolutionary Typhoon Technology safeguarding the sensor from condensing moisture for added reliability in severe weather conditions. In addition FALCO incorporates patented Fence Electrode Technology, which negates the effects of airborne humidity.

FALCO gives you cutting-edge performance; reliability, accuracy and results you can trust so you can be sure workforce and plant receive on-going maximum protection. With its humidity resistance and anti-contamination design drift is minimised and run-time extended, saving both time and cost to your business.
Offering the ultimate in safety FALCO overcomes false readings found with other PIDs. Its multi-coloured LED status display can be seen from a distance of twenty metres in direct sunlight ensuring you are clearly alerted to hazards present.

Ultimate performance:

  • The only VOC detector specifically designed for extreme weather
  • Typhoon Technology stops condensation forming within the PID
  • Cutting-edge sensor performance minimises drift & downtime.

 

Ultimate safety:

  • Eliminates false readings found with other PIDs
  • Multi-coloured status display seen from 20 metres in sunlight
  • Fitted with long-life lamp for two years continuous use
  • Ex d approved.

 

Ultimate flexibility:     

  • Pumped or diffused models available
  • Pumped unit ideal for difficult to access locations
  • Diffused model reduces servicing costs
  • Four detection ranges available
  • Selectable response factor for varying VOC selection.

 

FALCO has an externally located Intrinsically Safe sensor for quick and easy servicing without the need for a hot work permit. Dual certification allows FALCO to be serviced in a hazardous environment without having to remove power.

Simple to operate, FALCO has an intuitive user interface. It has five magnetic switches with LED confirmation, a high contrast OLED screen and graphical interface ensuring installation and servicing are both quick and easy.

RS485 (Modbus), 4-20 mA and Relay outputs are standard for all models. The Relay outputs are configurable for either high and low alarms, fault conditions or test cycle synchronisation.

FALCO offers the ultimate in flexibility and can be purchased as one of four detection ranges in either a pumped or diffused variant. With a diffused model servicing costs are kept to a minimum with no pump to maintain.

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Buy for: £3,100.00 (ex VAT)
Buy for: £3,100.00 (inc VAT)
 

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